Living and to be lived stories
The short of it – Lulogy is a word we made up. It’s a play on the word eulogy – you know, the thing they read at your funeral that talks about all the great things you accomplished in your life? Probably would have been great to hear this when you were alive, maybe it would have changed how you approached life?
In business, I use an approach that has helped me immensely. This approach involves writing a “release” for how successful a project was, what it accomplished and so forth… I do this before I start working on the project. This does a couple of things:
- It creates Vision
- It allows me to deconstruct how I am going to accomplish a Vision
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So as we apply this to life, we take the same approach:
- What is something you want to accomplish short-term? Write the story (Lulogy)
- What about long-term? Write the story (Lulogy)
- What for your life? What if you were writing your eulogy? What would you want it to say? This “living” eulogy is the foundation for our word/methodology – Lulogy
So start writing your stories, by chapter, by book, by collection, by author. Think big, set the vision and deconstruct (see codifying) how you’re going to get there.